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  • noun Plural form of e-business.

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Examples

  • Mr. Lavin notes that e-businesses, such as selling items on eBay, may not be the best option for teens without the right background and support: "You have to be very careful when you are starting an online entrepreneurship, but if a teenager has the skill set and support of their parents, online is a good option."

    Teens Can Still Find Summer Jobs

  • For e-businesses that depend on shoppers like Garberg, what they learn about the lives of Netizens will be invaluable.

    The Anatomy Of An E-Shopper

  • Large corporations will transform themselves into e-businesses, using Internet technology to do everything from manage customer relationships to allow employees to collaborate online.

    Finally, The Net Gets Real

  • In the last 12 months, more than 20 e-businesses have landed in this desert state, including decompras. com, suplaza. com, virtualplaza. com, and aceronet. com, to name but a few.

    Monterrey: North Star Shines

  • In the last 12 months, more than 20 e-businesses have landed in this desert state, including decompras. com, suplaza. com, virtualplaza. com, and aceronet. com, to name but a few.

    Monterrey: North Star Shines

  • What they found may be a sobering message for e-businesses: consumers are fearful that e-tailers are tracking their every online move -- and even more worried about who is tracking their credit-card numbers.

    The Anatomy Of An E-Shopper

  • “Networking services � Internet companies that offer to bridge the six degrees of separation between the friend of a friend we might marry, or the colleague of a colleague who might hire us � are the hot e-businesses of the moment.”

    Scholars and Scripts, Eyeballs and Epistemes: What it Means to Publish « ResourceShelf

  • But there's a real logic to co-location in some kinds of businesses, particularly e-businesses.

    Canada in the Internet Economy

  • Indeed, the supplier may be able to offer a myriad of corporate capabilities to the key account, ranging from the ability to get e-businesses up and running to managing the risk associated with changing weather patterns.

    KEY ACCOUNT MANAGEMENT AND PLANNING

  • Indeed, the supplier may be able to offer a myriad of corporate capabilities to the key account, ranging from the ability to get e-businesses up and running to managing the risk associated with changing weather patterns.

    KEY ACCOUNT MANAGEMENT AND PLANNING

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